For this bathroom remodel, we painted the existing cabinets (the first photo shows the before), and added new hardware, we kept the existing countertop and sink and added a fun and fresh backsplash .We removed the tub and replaced it with zero threshold shower with a decorative glass panel, and added glass deco liner to add an accent with the white tile.
These are the latest bathroom remodels at Speas Interior Design. The first photo is a luxurious travertine bath includes a custom vanity, with a one-piece travertine top, with integrated travertine sink. We water jetted the travertine tiles so we could in-lay a mosaic stone design into them. We used a European partial glass partition, rain shower head and a soaking tub to complete the space. The second guest bathroom photo includes dual vessel sinks, wall mounted faucets, custom mirrors to match the contour cabinets, a quartzite counter with a glass tile mosaic backsplash. The five-panel frosted glass door leads to a steam shower. The stunning steam shower utilizes multi-dimensional 12x24 tile, quartzite bench, and glass mosaic floor tile complete the space. There is also a heated towel bar for added luxury. Photographs by Paul Kohlman.
We re-used the existing shutters and gave this bedroom a fresh coat of paint, including a painted accent wall. We purchased a colorful bedspread and custom fabricated the headboard to match the bedspread, and brought in fun accent pillows. The night stands are reclaimed wood, and to finish off the room we placed a set of faux fur and chrome benches at the foot of the bed.
This custom mantle was fabricated by one of our craftsmen to look like an airplane wing as this client was a former pilot.
To modernize this space, we removed many of the existing 1980’s doors and replaced with custom white washed barn doors. The barn doors now house the laundry, mechanical closet, coat closet, and pantry.
Delight your guests in this old world dining room with hickory floors, custom chandeliers and indirect lighting and barrel ceiling with copper faux finish.
Our latest main level remodel project included the kitchen. Speas Interior Design teamed up with Sikora Creations to create this beautiful new kitchen area that flows seamlessly into the living room and creates a sense of unity within the home. We eliminated the archways, and moved the cabinets to allow for a larger island. For a more functional work-space, we shuffled the position of the appliances. LED can lighting makes it eco-friendly and brighter while the cherry-wood cabinets, granite counter tops, and travertine floor and backsplash modernize the space.
We removed the existing walls in the kitchen to open up the space to the living area. We kept the existing cabinets but added to hardware to freshen it up. We replaced the countertop with a quartzite countertop. The new ceiling fan carries out the condos aviation theme.
– This client was a former pilot so to personalize this space we took an aviation theme. We found two aviator chairs and aviator trunk as a side table, and added the floor spotlight . We removed the white paint on the fireplace to give it a used brick look, removed the brick hearth and replaced that with a new concrete hearth. The new mantle was custom made to look like an airplane wing. The carpeting was replaced with a rubber wood looking floor and the window trim went from stain to a fresh painted white. The new coffee table has cut glass, and we put down a shag rug to warm up the space.
Transform plain outdoor spaces in to outdoor living spaces with custom decks, patios, and gardens by Speas Interior Design.
Speas Interior Design's latest specialty space is this home gym. The room is part of an entire lower level redesign and remodel project, that turned this previously unfinished storage area into a perfect place to sweat! Photograph by Paul Kohlman.